Every year, we set new goals to change the past, try something new, do something different. But if we’re honest, the New Year can start to sound like a broken record. We want to lose weight, save money, get organized. We think if we can just working harder, make it better, do it faster, we’ll be stronger. But maybe we’re trying to change the wrong thing because the common denominator of every part of your life is you. Yeah, you’ve got 99 problems and you’re a part of everyone. So what if this year wasn’t about what you’ve done, haven’t done or will do, but rather who you are?